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Unexplored Territory

It's just exactly what you were hoping for - a new way for me to share with you the inconsequential minutia of my life.  You're welcome!  I'm trying something out (yes, on my new phone).  It's an app that makes something like a mini-blog on the phone, which (if I can figure this out) I should be able to embed into this main blog.  Like a Baby Blog in the Mother Blog.  Or a Pearl Blog inside a Clam Blog.  Or a Sugary Filling Blog stuffed into a Delicious Crepe Blog.  Great, now I'm hungry.  Let's make this quick.

Since irritation over the stupidity of Daylight Savings Time has sapped my energy and thus my ability to be creative (time to "fall back," everyone!), I started taking pictures of the first thing I saw, which happened to be the dried paint drips on the wall next to my computer.  I was far too lazy to look further for inspiration, plus I'm limited by the fact that I'm carrying a sleeping baby while I do this (yeah, she's spoiled - what's it to ya), so I made my first mini-blog about the poor workmanship that was evident in our house when we bought it, which we haven't fixed yet because we're too busy with Life and having babies and whatnot.  Plus the lazy thing.  Don't get me wrong, our house is perfectly cute and has plenty of marvelous attributes, due mainly to the fact that Gerry is always working feverishly on some project and then emerges from his cloud of sawdust to reveal new garage doors or a miraculous sunroom addition.  However, I think everyone has a list of things that they swore they'd have to fix immediately  when they bought their house, but then never got around to because they proceeded to watch Survivor instead.



Click the arrow to the right of the image to advance the pictures.  Awesome, no?  Well, don't get used to it.  The downside of this app is that each page, once completed, has to be uploaded, and the only place in the house I get Wi-Fi is right next to the computer (super-convenient), so using this app requires a lot of running up and down the stairs - take a picture, hike upstairs to upload, back downstairs to find more things wrong with the house, pause to refill coffee, back upstairs carrying phone, sleeping baby and full mug of coffee, clean up spilled coffee, back downstairs, etc.  I'm sorry, but getting that much exercise totally defeats the purpose of blogging, which (of course) is to have an excuse to be sedentary all day.

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1 comment:

  1. Sunporch, huh? I don't remember doing that. Probably looks awesome, though!

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